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Glen Steps Request

Newry City Sinn Féin councillor Liz Kimmins has contacted NMD cleansing department to request an urgent clean-up of the Glen Steps area. Cllr Kimmins commented; ” I have contacted the cleansing department to ask for an urgent clean-up of the steps. Lots of local people use these steps to get to and from Barcroft and […]

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Ennis speaks out on vandalism of wreaths

  Sinn Féin MLA Sinead Ennis has condemned vandalism to wreaths at Narrow Water in Warrenpoint. The South Down MLA said: “This is the second time in recent months that the wreaths at Narrow Water in Warrenpoint have been vandalised. “There is no place for attacks like in our society and I condemn this act […]

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Pig Mart Wall Update

  Newry & Armagh MP Mickey Brady has confirmed that the Planning Application by the Southern Regional College to demolish the old Cattle & Pig Mart Wall along Patrick Street Newry has been withdrawn. Welcoming the news the Sinn Féin MP stated, “Senior management have contacted me to confirm that they have withdrawn their application […]

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South Armagh MLA Raises Issue Of Adequate Ambulance Cover

          Photo Cllrs   Terry Hearty, Roisin Mulgrew and Mickey Larkin, Megan Fearon MLA, Michael Bloomfield Mark Cochrane South Armagh MLA Raises Issue Of Adequate Ambulance Cover Newry & Armagh MLA Megan Fearon led a delegation of Sinn Féin colleagues who recently met with the Head if Ambulance Service. Top of […]

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Murphy Tells Economic Conference That Livelihoods Threatened By Brexit

Murphy Tells Economic Conference  That  Livelihoods Threatened By Brexit   Newry & Armagh Sinn Féin MLAs Conor Murphy and Megan Fearon both attended  “A New Ireland” economic conference which took place in Dublin recently. The Conference hosted by Peadar Doherty TD outlined Sinn Féin’s vision for the economy with topics including investing in rural infrastructure, […]

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Fearon attends first International Congress of Parliamentary Women’s Caucuses

    Sinn Féin MLA Megan Fearon has said all in society including politicians need to work together to improve conditions for women. Speaking after attending the first International Congress of Parliamentary Women’s Caucuses in Dublin Castle, the party’s Equality spokesperson commented: “Whilst conditions for women’s in today’s society have improved, one hundred years since […]

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Essential Pipe Laying Work

Councillor Charlie Casey commented on proposed pipe laying work in the Canal Street/New Street area of Newry said: “Residents and businesses in the Canal Street/New Street areas of Newry and people intending to use those areas over the weeks beginning September 24th will need to be aware of massive disruption to traffic…..if you can avoid […]

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